1. Introduction
  2. Theme Installation
  3. Theme Plugins
  4. Theme Options Panel
  5. Import Demo Content
  6. Theme Options
  7. Theme Menu & Front Page Settings
  8. Home Page Setup
  9. Widgets
  10. Blog Page Setup
  11. Custom Sidebars Setup
  12. Contact Form 7 Settings
  13. Translation
  14. Footer Editing

Tasty Documentation

Responsive Blog WordPress Theme

Thank you for purchasing our theme. It has an understandable documentation that is easy to setup. If you still have some questions that you could not find in this help file, please contact us on our forum. You can also follow us on Themeforest for our future themes, that you could be interested in. Thank you very much!

Theme Installation

There are several ways to install wp themes, we prefer using FTP but you may choose any other ways. Please read more about theme installation on the official website at http://codex.wordpress.org/Using_Themes

If you choose to use ftp, do the following:

Theme Plugins

after activation of "Tasty" it will be offered to you to establish plugins:

1. Display Tweets - Display Tweets is an easy to use, future proof Twitter feed plugin that uses PHP to make requests to the v1.1 Twitter REST API. https://wordpress.org/plugins/display-tweets-php/

2. Contact Form 7 - Just another contact form plugin. Simple but flexible. For more information please head to Contact Form 7.

3. MailChimp for WordPress Lite - MailChimp for WordPress lets you create a highly customizable sign-up form. You can show the form anywhere you want using a simple shortcode, widget or template function. You can also add MailChimp sign-up checkboxes to various other forms on your site, like your comment or contact forms. MailChimp for WordPress Lite.

Theme Options Panel Overview

This theme comes with its own theme options panel. You can manage general theme settings panel. Let's review it:

Import Demo Content

It is very simple.

If you are using the theme to build a new website which does not have any content yet, we strongly recommend to use the demo content files. This theme includes One Click Import Demo Content function which will allow you to upload the demo content to your website. The structure is the same as in the Live Demo Preview. (images are excluded)

Theme Options

Our theme has the options which allow you to change its layout.

Home Page Setup

Tasty comes with a straightforward and simple homepage. If you would like to adjust the amount of posts shown per page you can go to Settings > Reading > Blog pages show at most and change the number.


Tasty comes with 5 different custom widgets:

Blog Page Setup

Tasty comes with 4 different post formats: Standard, Image, Gallery, Link, Quote, Audio and Video. When you're creating a new post, choose what post format you'd like and insert the necessary info.

You can also tailor the look of your post by going to Appearance > Customize > Post Settings to hide/show different elements on the post page.

Contact Form 7 Plugin Settings

There are several ways to install WordPress plugin, we suggest to use FTP but you can choose any other ways.
Please read more about plugin installation on the official website at http://codex.wordpress.org/Managing_Plugins

The first thing you need to do is to create a contact form. Please go to the Contact plugin section. You can see it in the main WordPress menu.

If you want to get the form titles appear inside the contact form fields follow the instructions:

Code of contact form from the page "Contacts"

<div class="clearfix">[text* your-name placeholder "Name"][email* your-email placeholder "Email"]
[text your-phone placeholder "Phone"]</div>[textarea your-message placeholder "Message"][submit "Send Message"]>

When the form is created, you need to follow these steps to add the contact form to the page


This theme is localized, which means it can easily be translated in your own language(easy but quite time consuming). To translate it you need to follow these steps:

  1. Download and install http://www.poedit.net/
  2. Go to /wp-content/themes/theme_name/framework/languages/ and open en_EN.po file.
  3. In the window that appears you have all the strings that were used in this theme, so you just need to go through them and write a translation.
  4. When you’re done go to File > Save as and save your translation in a *.po file.
  5. You should name your file pt_LANG. It’s just a naming convension WordPress_in_Your_Language.
  6. When you’re done translating open wp-config.php from your WordPress root folder and replace this line: define (‘WPLANG’, ”); with define (‘WPLANG’, ‘pt_LANG’). Since WordPress 4.0 site language defines in dashboard=>settings=>general